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France / Plane Crash / Flight Simulator / A Discussion #1081035

CNN Evening News for Friday, Mar 27, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The crash of the Germanwings plane into the French Alps re-introduced.

(Las Vegas: Kyung Lah) The view from inside a flight simulator to show what happened during the crash of Flight 9252 presented; scenes shown from the simulator. [Pilot Buck RODGER@ - recounts what happened in the plane; explains the pilot's view of flying--a crash is unthinkable.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Airbus captain Ron Stock & CNN's Richard Quest about the crash. [STOCK, QUEST - say we don't crash in a simulator: it is a mental blockage, what should be in the flight data recorder, if it is recovered.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Lah, Kyung

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